Lloyd's of London Chairman John Nelson explains that the insurer remains competitive because of its specialties and relevant new products.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board's Mark Machin says the current low-returns environment does not affect the firm which has a 75 year investment timeframe.
HTC's Jack Tong talks to CNBC about the company's virtual reality strategy and how it is using VR technologies for communication.
BT Group's Gavin Patterson says a proposal has been made to Ofcom which addresses the regulator's concerns although some sticking points remain.
Vanda Research's Jason Ambrose says BOJ's decision will impact U.S. bond yields, while U.S. bond yield moves will affect equity markets.
The Australian Government Future Fund is cutting back on risk because there is too much uncertainty and insufficient rewards, says CIO Raphael Arndt.
Brexit has had less of a severe impact on the U.K. economy, with labor market data and business sentiment surveys holding up, says PNC's William Adams.
While a September Fed hike is unlikely, the market will be fixated on whether the Fed's tone is hawkish or dovish, says Prudential Financial's Quincy Krosby.
Several factors will keep the Fed on hold including the economy which is coming through a very weak patch, says Strategic Intelligence's Jim Rickards.
Aurora Funds Management's Hugh Dive talks about Australia's latest economic data, the RBA policy stance and the earnings season.
The Phillipine president is making several Asian leaders uncomfortable with his recent actions and rhetoric, says IMA Asia's Richard Martin.
Most of the loans are not coming from Chinese firms, who just don't want to borrow because they don't see any demand, says IMA Asia's Richard Martin.
Consolidated Press Holdings' Rob Rankin says Crown Resorts is still in early stage discussions over a Gold Coast casino.
Golub Capital's Lawrence Golub says both the technology and healthcare sectors are growing steadily and contributing to job growth.
The shipping industry has been facing challenges such as insufficient return-on-capital and low shipping rates, says Peel Ports Group's Jeremy Masters.
There are risks looming on the horizon, as central banks do everything they can to suppress the volatility, says Bordier & Cie CIO Bryan Goh.
Myanmar has seen steady progress in terms of democratic reforms and is ready for the lifting of U.S. sanctions, says Inle Advisory Group's Peter Kucik.
Twitter's turnaround strategy is to focus on being the platform for all things live, explains S&P Global Market Intelligence's Scott Kessler.
Merk Investments' Axel Merk expects that the U.S. markets will see an unwinding as central banks begin to take a back seat.
Chairman Michael Milken says dialogue at the Milken Institute's Asia Summit will focus on the creation of job opportunities in the region.